Ryanair announced yesterday that it will implement a "commonsense" change in its policy limiting the number of blind passengers it will carry on a flight following the public outcry it encountered after removing nine visually impaired passengers from a flight to Italy last month (ATWOnline, Oct. 17). In the immediate aftermath of that event, the airline said it would not alter its policy of restricting to four the number of disabled passengers per flight. However, after consultation with ...

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